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driven down from west point, new york, with his dad to come and see me. and i don't know if i knew that day or in the days to come that the impact that i had made on >> tranter recounts on new york city reacted to conflict from its earliest days as a trading post to the 19th and 20th century. the author examines how each conflict reacted to the city, including the american revolution 18,000 american prisoners of war died in british prisons to an explosion in a harvard freight depot executed by german agents prior to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the 10 main pc in a new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, boris. it is a pleasure to be here. thank you offer coming out for this. i just want to second what saab want the same about the museum, the tenement museum. if you have not taken the tour down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there. you really know what to yourself. it's indispen
to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the tenement museum in new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, maurice. it's a pleasure to be here. thank you all for coming for this. i just want to second but morris was saying earlier about the museum, but the tenement museum. if you have not taken this to her of 97 down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house that was built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there, he really over to yourself. i really think it's indispensable to understanding new york city's history in the 19th and early 20th centuries and it is really a gift to the city of new york that we have this museum. i encourage you even if you take a mature before, come please come back and take it again because there's new tours changing and it's a wonderful experience. as morris mentioned, i am here tonight to talk about my book "new york at war." i'm going to sho
museum in new york. [laughter] sorry about the heat, but those are no doubt the fires of hell because we have a so lashes panel for you today. we welcome book talk and c-span tonight. our speaker is richard zachs. she is the author of island of vice. which is appropriate i can tell you from first-hand experience he is undoubtly the most wicked man in new york. the good reverend parkhurst in the good is private detective taken to the most known brother or sister known brothels in manhattan. i can't mention where he's taken me. in one of the tamer outings spent the 40th birthday teaching know play blackjack. it's ranchy and was nearly panned ban by the georgia state legislature. [laughter] [applause] his second underground education is a tribute to the contrary began and the sup pressed and the bizarre. and the only book that explained the birth of -- a more just listing history richard published the pirate coast during a count of the u.s. marines nearly miraculous and the i rate hunter the biography of another esteemed new yorker which was named one of the five best non-fiction books of 2
and ten minutes. good evening and welcome to the best little museum in new york. sorry about the heat, those are no doubts the fire of hell we are feeling. we have a most sill lashes panel for you today. we welcome book talk and c-span here tonight. our speaker is rich offered zachs. and he is the author of island of vice which is appropriate because i can tell you from firsthand experience that he is undoubt belie the most wicked man in new york. much as the good reverend parker in the book deployed private detectives to take him to the broth les in new york. rich around has taken me to places that i can't mention today. we spent the evening of the 40th birthday taking me to play blackjack. and was nearly banned by the georgia state legislature. [laughter] the underground education was characterized on amazon the suppressed and the bizarre and the only book that explained the birth of motion pictures using photos of naked baseball players . during a recount of the u.s. marines basherring pilots and the pirate untd her the biography ofest steamed new yorker captain william kid who was
and a child in oklahoma. tornados are a rarity in new york city and with some eight reported n. september 2010, two tornados ripped through the city. tearing down thousands of trees and leaving more than 30,000 people without power and one person died. it's putting a damper on the u.s. men's open where the semi finals were temporarily delayed from heavy rain and the women's finals washed out, delayed until tomorrow. anna coinman, fox news, new york york >> and we have had a lot of weather and. >> one thing i want to mention, there is that reported sighting. they conducted three storm surveys. one in fairfax, one in reston and one in lorton and there is no evidence of a tornado on the ground. >> and that caused a lot of damage. there is some downed lines and tree branches. >> and dangerous, too. >> and some have to be aware of that to be careful. and this is a calm evening after the action and this is where that precipitation is now and across the areas of lower southern maryland. you can see what a big difference. that frontal system passed and i was speaking to will earlier about the fact of
. said the janitor, "so, any advice?" >>> delta airlines plans to fly dozens of new york rangers fans from queens to newark, new jersey so they can attend their playoff game against the new jersey devils. and it's a pretty cheap flight because there's a two-hour layover in denver. [ laughter ] >>> well, it's almost summertime in new york city which means millions of people will be hitting the streets to see what new york in the summer has to offer. here with some tips on what they should check out is our city correspondent, stephon. [ cheers and applause ] here he is. hey, stefon. >> hi. >> what have you been up to, buddy? >> oh, the things these eyes have seen. >> yeah. now, stefon, the summer means lots of special events. what's a good venue for families looking to get together and celebrate? >> if you're looking to celebrate this summer, i know just the place for you. new york's hottest club is scampi. [ laughter ] illegally parked behind the statue of liberty. this hate speech haven is the creation of frat boy guru d-bag chopra. [ laughter ] this place has everything, zip drives,
>>> right now at 6 a.m., live picture from new york city a ceremony underway marking 11th anniversary of september 11th, attacks at ground zero. [ inaudible ] >>> good morning. the 11th anniversary of 9/11. i'm eric thomas. >>> quick look at your weather for some of the local remember brands of course your day's forecast. >>> we start with live doppler, good morning. clouds along the coast not leading to radar returns, cloudy along the coast today, more so than yesterday, a few sunny spots here and there upper 50s to mid 60s. around the bay, a lot like it was yesterday, a few clouds to start the morning, late arriving sunshine the rest of the day, mid to upper 50s upper 60s to upper 70s by 4:00. inland going to get a little toasty during the afternoon 90s after starting in the 40s and 50s, drop down by 4:00 upper 70s to upper 80s. comfortable by 7:00 with upper 60s to mid 70s. >>> back to livermore. good morning. happy tuesday. new report of an accident westbound past first on the shoulder earlier accident cleared out of lanes, reports there's a big rig blocking north flyn
coach charged witt sex abuse.... can go free..... on the condition he surrenders to new york authorities within 72 hours. hours.genrich ásre-ten-skiá must also turn in his passport and post his clarksville home as bond. he's wanted in new york on charges of felony sex abuse and child endangerment. ásre-ten-skiá competed across europe and in the olympic games in 19-88. saying goodbye to a harford county sheriff's deputy. a second day of viewing for 34- year-olddcorporal charles lic-ato... is scheduled for this afternoon from 2 to 9 p-m at mc-comas funeral home in abingdon. crashed his caa on conowingo road last week. his funeral will be tomorrow at 11:00 a-m at the mountain christian church in joppa. supporters of same sex marriage and the maryland dream act... join forces in hopes of defeating challenges to 2 controversial initiaaives. initiatives.the new coalitton is called "familia es familia"... or family is family. their goal is tt push voters to support the referendums on same sex marriage and in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. both bills
clave para su tratamiento. . - y el poder de saber, en new york, una iniciativa de educaciÓn demuestra que nunca es tarde para aprender la ediciÓn lunes de noticiero telemundo comienza ya. >>> nuestra cadena hermana nbc. hoy comenzamos el noticiero en mÉxico. con desesperaciÓn de familias que buscan a parientes que trabajan con gas de la petrolera pe mÉxidejÓ 29 muertos y 50 her. pemex asegura que no le faltan ningÚn empleado. por contar. raÚl torres tiene la polÉmica de la capital mexicana. y buscan a sus familiares. y dicen que desaparecieron el dÍa de la explosiÓn. >>> buscando a mi hijo, desaparecido que estÁbamos buscando los familiares y amigos. >>> la planta de gas y reinosa tamaulipas estallÓ 0 trabajadores perdieron la vida. y estas familia dicen que faltan 7 trabajadores. patricia busca a su esposo. >>> queremos encontrar a mi esposo o algo que nos de una seÑa, de no sÉ, un pedazo de tela, uniformes, objetos, algo. >>> el informe especial de uniformes mexicanos, dice ex no hay desaparecidos. hay 19 cuerpos que nadie reconociÓ quedaron totalmente quemados. >>> e
tornadoes in new york city. plus a new storm brewing in the tropics. fighting lung cancer. tonight what doctors are calling a promising new way to treat the deadly disease. >>> out of the sky, the mystery surrounding part of a jumbo jet that came crashing into a neighborhood. >>> and if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. remember that 17 years later the prosecutor in the o.j. trial makes a stunning allegation about that infamous moment. >>> from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. after weeks running virtually neck and neck a new poll shows some day light has suddenly opened up between president obama and mitt romney. the president making a bounce in florida where he tried to pivot the conversation away from high unemployment and on to an area that he hopes to prove to be governor romney's achilles heal. romney told our david gregory what part of the president's health care law he would like to keep in place. kristen welker joins us from west palm beach with more on all of that as well as what has to be the picture of th
foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to know your business, offering specialized solutions and capital to help you meet your growth objectives. we offer expertise and tailored solutions for small businesses and major corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is "bbc world news america." reporting from washington, i am laura trevelyan. the death toll rises in syria, with funerals on both sides. the man brought in to end the violence gives a bleak assessment. >> the situation in syria is extremely bad and getting worse. >> closing another chapter in one of china's biggest political scandals. the policeman at the center of a cover-up is sentenced to 15 years in jail. and starting out the streets of new york. meet the man who marries the movie makers with those stunning shots of the big apple. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. extremely bad and getting worse -- that is how lakhdar brahimi, the new internation
a clue. and seal team six, how are the media treating his tale. the new york times public advocate tells the truth about the gray lady's bias. on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas. jim pinkerton contributing editor of of the american conservative magazine and alan coles, the author of the new book, thank the liberals for saving america and host of the alan colmes show. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> he's been loyal to his sons, to his country, to his employees, and to his church, well, i'm sure now that the press is going to tell you, he isn't perfect. but my friends, for the past four years, we tried the one that the press thought was perfect and that hasn't worked out all that well for us. that's why tonight i tell you, we can do better. >> jon: former g.o.p. presidential candidate and current fox news host, governor mike huckabee addressing the republican convention this week, remi reminding america of the media role in the 2008 election, so when you think back to the coverage of 2008 and looking forwar
to san francisco and now to new york. >> 11 madison park, when you look at the room, the room is very unique and special. it has a real new york feel to it. it's an historic landmark building. and it's overlooking madison square park which has a really rich history, you know, in the old days there was, you know the rules of baseball. >> rose: yeah. >> have been, you know, decided there. and the torch of the statue of liberty was held there before it got installed. >> rose: is this what infused you of doing a history of new york later. >> absolutely. we felt like we almost had to responsibility of you know, paying tribute to new york. >> rose: aung san suu kyi, winton marsalis, garth factan and daniel humm when we continue. >> funding for charlie yoes was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: myanmar also known as burma has long been considered one of the most repressive and isolated countries in the world. more recently though the nation has moved towards some degree of democracy since t
>>> on our broadcast tonight, from education nation in new york, drawing the line. the president today with a strong new warning to iran, plus what he had to say about the recent violence against americans. where they stand. a rare chance to hear from both candidates right here on one critical issue, education and how to fix american schools. our interviews with the president and governor romney here tonight. >>> the replacement. the call that had football fans across the country howling at the nfl to bring back the professional referees. >>> and tighten up. how little space could you live in? some folks in san francisco are about to find out. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening and tonight we're in midtown manhattan, high above the new york city public library, which for the past few days has been the headquarters of education nation, our annual summit on education where today we heard from both president obama and mitt romney, a rare and fascinating opportunity to hear them both out on one issue in the same day, something th
weekend. hello everybody. i am uma in washington. severe weather underway in new york city at this time. word from the fox news extreme weather center all five burroughs are under a tornado watch. the warnings expired but we are told there is possible damage from queens county. all five are under a tornado watch. we'll keep you posted with that . turning now to politicings it is crunch time for the cand dates. president obama and mitt romney are neck and neck and both back in battle ground states. mitt romney is setting his sights on virginia. we'll have live coverage . edhenry is travel the president and karl cameron covering mitt romney. ed is in seminole, florida. >> great to see you, we are not two months out . final sprint. and we see both of the candidates criss crossing the same battle grounds. mitt romney went to iowa and new hampshire where they are trying to get a post convention bounce. president in st. pete area where mitt romney had his convention. bottom line, florida has a mother load of electoral votes. 29 of them. this is why the president -- >> all we have to offer is
that infamous moment. >>> from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. after weeks running virtually neck and neck a new poll shows some day light has suddenly opened up between president obama and mitt romney. the president making a bounce in florida where he tried to pivot the conversation away from high unemployment and on to an area that he hopes to prove to be governor romney's achilles heal. romney told our david gregory what part of the president's health care law he would like to keep in place. kristen welker joins us from west palm beach with more on all of that as well as what has to be the picture of the day. >> reporter: good evening to you. we will get to that picture in a moment. the candidates over taxes and medicare as president obama opened up a lead in what has otherwise been a razor tight race. campaigning in florida today president obama tried to turn the focus to medicare. >> i want you to know, florida, i will never turn medicare into a voucher. >> reporter: the president is enjoying a post convention bump, t
. look at this, caught on tape in new york city, lightning and hail, flash flooding, power outages. and even more brand-new tornado warnings in the northeast as well. maria molina following all of this from the extreme weather center. i know you're hearing that there was some word of injuries in a county fair? >> that's right. we did the reports of injuries at a county fair in prince george area, basically across parts of maryland. we had a warning. 12 injuries that reported from the national weather center, basically because people were trying to evacuate that area and they were injured doing that. please do so safely if you get a warning. keep that in mind as well. otherwise a brand-new tornado warning now in effect for southwestern parts of berkshire county in western massachusetts, right along the new york state-massachusetts border. extreme western massachusetts and getting reports now of power outages. keep in mind aside from the tornado risk, we also have damaging wind gusts that are possible with some of these thunderstorms and those can knock down tree branch, can knock do
and tv shows are actually filmed? in new york, it is the job of nick carr to scour the city and find the perfect locations. he gave us this first-person account. some of the locations you might recognize. others could be coming to a theater knew you -- near you soon. and itnew it from movies lik seemed like this crazy, amazing place. my name is nick carr. i am a movie location scout. i do away -- a blog called "scouting new york." this is a great building. it looks like a little gap. nothing stands out. but this is one of the coolest things i have ever stumbled across in new york. as you walk closer, you will see it is not just a random alleyway with trash barrels or something like that. it opens up into this beautiful courtyard with these gorgeous houses, all of which were built three civil war. it is the last thing you'd expect to stumble on it -- build pre-civil war -- which were built pre-civil war. it is the last thing you would expect to stumble on here. this is the apartment building was used for the tv show "friends." one of the most cliche locations that i get asked to stop
by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consuming pumps. valves open to regulate the flow into the 85-mile-long delaware aqueduct -- the longest tunnel in the world. at hillview reservoir... the water is partitioned into another giant tunnel system. where it travels deep below manhattan. the pressure built up by gravity from the mountains pushes the water upwards towa
'll be talking more about it all this week. >>> tomorrow on "starting point" new york giants star wide receiver vikt tctor cruise willn us. director and actress penny marshall. she's got a memoir out. we'll talk to her. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins now. >> stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." >> do you fear that war is imminent? >> the united nations has a warning for the iranian president. cool it. but mahmoud ahmadinejad already has strong words for israel as he gears up for his big speech in new york city. >>> a dramatic search for survivors on one of the world's highest mountains. now rescue crews are deciding whether they'll be able to find any more survivors. >>> high school students in new york can now get more than just an education at school. officials are handing out the morning after pill to teens. some of their parents likely don't know a thing about it. >>> plus this -- >> the ball hit the ground. it was an incomplete ss. >> did you see this reaction? patriots coach bill belichick kbr grabs a referee after a last second loss. he's not the only coach
? or should we just go with the flow and embrace the brave new world of mood control? we'll ask new york magazine journalist ariel levy and washington psychiatrist dr. brian doyle. >> a.d.m. the nature of what's to come. >> welcome. ariel levy, you authored a cover story for "new york magazine" which we see here "what are you on?" and you described new york today to -- you say sound the alarm, there is a new drug epidemic in town and most of the cy wants in on it. in certain circles of new york, it is regular table conversation. we have entered the golden age of self-medication. drugs have become like hair products or cosmetics. this is brain styling, not mind altering, and you have a serious point to make there, but what is the extent of what you see going on in new york? >> well, i mean, i think new york is the same town that brought you woody allen and brought you everybody having a psychiatrist. there not a great deal of stigma to being neurotic in new york. it is accepted to the point of maybe being desirable in certain circles. i think now that these medications are more common, ne
ariosto, cnn, new york. >> fredricka and i were just discussing that, and we can't even finish a 16-ounce here. >> i can barely finish my little mug of water here. >> i don't know where they all put it. >> i can't imagine being that thirsty at one time. >> but it's nice to have options and that's the beauty of america. you can have it just any way you want it, i guess. >> you have a great day. >> thanks so much. you have a great one today. get in a quick little nap and hang with us all day long. >> i will. >> thanks so much. >>> meantime, there continues to be a lot of outrage over an anti-islam internet movie and that outrage is spreading across the globe. this was the scene today in australia. hundreds of people demonstrates outside the u.s. consulate in sydney. the protest turned violent after police pushed back protesters from the consulate building. >> get back! >> authorities used tear gas and police dogs to disperse the demonstrators who threw bottles. four people were hurt. the unrest has hit more than a dozen countries this week. all of the protests are over an online movie made
the country. taking a live look now -- okay live look of new york in just a moment. first we go to amy hollyfield who is live in the financial district in san francisco with what occupiers have planned today. >> reporter: good morning. it is going to be a busy day. there's a small group behind me getting a jumpstart on the rest of the occupiers they've spent the night here at kearny and california streets in san francisco to start their demonstration. they are occupying this plaza. it is a small group, they say do not let the size fool you. they believe that the occupy movement is alive and well, it is going strong. they say it is in transition a bit but they believe there's a bright future ahead for the movement. they are -- there are going to be a lot of events later today they say that's when you will see the crowds. there will be one at the wells fargo bank near downtown berkeley bart, scheduled 4:00. in san francisco demonstration at the pg&e headquarters on market. and war memorial on van ness scheduled for noon. two others in the financial district, one at one market plaza and t
of the occupy movement in new york city where it all started on september 17th, 2011, occupy wall street protests are surrounding the new york stock exchange and other financial financial institution targets you are looking at zuccotti park there. in san francisco now occupy protesters are camped out at the bank of america building on california street. amy hollyfield will have much more. >> search continues this morning for the gunman who shot and killed a man in broad daylight in the mission district. the shooting happen at 26th and treat streets after 4:00 yesterday afternoon. a crowd gathered at the scene when officers arrived, police say the gunman ran after he opened fire. >>> tonight san jose leaders holding two different meetings focused on the city's crime problem first 6:30 east san jose hosted by the police union and other labor groups on how to protect family and property. at 7:00 the city council holds a study session on the police response to recent crimes and gang activity. both sides are at odds over the cause of san jose's spike in crime. >>> tomorrow the san francisco m
in the red states, not so much new york and los angeles, and that is a good thing for me. when i was doing it, i was frustrated, because it was not legman men. it was not like all the shows those hollywood people watch. i can remember my agent saying watches my show. in red?so strong \ >> we were never thought of as a cool show, and i think people underestimated it because it was a procedural, and i think tnt is more popular in the red face, but i love that. that makes me so happy. they are the middle of the country. new york and los angeles, we ignore it. tavis: i want to ask what you thing that says about the industry. >> we have a narrow view. people in new york and los angeles have a narrow view of the way people behave, what is important to people. i do not want to get in trouble for saying this, but of race, acceptance of abortion, women's rights, and i think there is a huge difference between what people politically believe and what interests people in los angeles and what interests people in new york, and it is very different, and i think to ignore that is cutting yourself out of a hu
different radio stations in new york, los angeles, atlanta, dallas, and detroit. so adding their two cents to the rumor mill is a cast of radio royalty from across the nation. >> they go from new york to detroit, from detroit to atlanta, back to new york, back and forth, back and forth. >> reporter: among the hosts, in new york's morning show. >> a study shows that rude people make more money than nice people. >> up yours. >> reporter: they say this season is not one to miss. >> we think it's going to be awesome. if radio were pictures, now our audience gets to see good or bad, what happens in that radio studio. >> over the top screaming success, guaranteed. >> supposedly they're making it from spider milk,. >> i think it's spider silk. not milk. >> they have tiny nipples. >> reporter: nothing is off limits. >> at least at the strip club they wipe the pole down before the next girl. >> we're not afraid to be it or say it. >> reporter: they're all about being funny. >> she is getting closer to her due date. >> reporter: and having fun with each other. >> matthew mcconaughey wearing a g stri
channel 2 morning news. tara moriarty. >>> following developing news out of new york this morning, we are first showing you at 4:30 and the crowd is growing. we want to tell you what is going on with the occupied wall street protesters and right now they are marching south, they say they plan on the new york stock exchange. most traders are already inside the building of the new york stock exchange. >>> menlo park school was damaged by fire last week reopens and classes will resume. ann rubin is with us to tell us about how volunteers cheaped things up -- cleaned things up. >> reporter: that's right, students will be back here for the first time since the fire. firefighters believe it was because of being closed and they were not required to have early sprinklers. parents came out to volunteer trying to clean and salvage what they could. still school officials estimate their losses of $400,000 and while they are insured, they are sending donations for those of the items that are not covered. the are raising and reminding students will be and coming back, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >
are at here in america. first up, from new york, the honorable mayor, michael bloomberg. >> it's a pleasure to be here, reverend. >> honorable mayor, the pleasure is all about mine own, to honor with you. tell us where these jobs are in new york. >> al, this is a vibrant city full of opportunity. and i'm here to encourage all your viewers to go to nyc.gov and look at the employment listings we have right now. here, i'll show you. mta seeks subway tunnel exterminator to eliminate bat colonies and rat kings. [ laughter ] >> well, there's one job right there. >> there are hundreds more. >> oh, well, thank you very much, honorable mayor. okay, let's go to dillingham, alaska, to talk to peter who works at a salmon canary. peter, do these salmon canaries have fins or wings? >> i work at a salmon cannery. [ laughter ] >> and what kind of jobs are up there? >> well, we need fish cleaners. you know, people who take out the bones and gut the fish. it's hard work, but it pays well, and we have, i think, 12 positions open now. >> hold up. so you're telling me that you've got 12 good jobs taking the bon
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